Promoting Interprofessional Collaboration through the Kirkhof College of Nursing

The VISION of The Wesorick Center is to be the most relevant center by improving every aspect of person-centered care through scholarly work and by bringing together interprofessional students, faculty and community partners. 

The MISSION of The Wesorick Center is to lead the transformation of healthcare through scholarly research, projects and collaborative opportunities that join practice with education.  Using an interprofessional approach, The Wesorick Center aims to address the issues within our nation’s healthcare systems that adversely affect health outcomes. 


Announcements & Events

Register Now for Summer 2018 Polarity Conference

May 01, 2018

The Interprofessional Institute offers a way of thinking about and working with challenging and complex situations, issues and dilemmas. Foundations in Polarity Thinking and Advanced Concepts offered June 2018. Register early and save.

RESILIENCE - The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope

April 12, 2018

Documentary Screening & Expert Panel Tuesday, May 8, 2018 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Charles W Loosemore Auditorium - Pew Campus Continuing Education Credits for RNs - LIB 100 & 201 Approved

2018 Distinguished Wesorick Lectureship

January 01, 2018

Register Today! Dr. Victor L. Strecher is a Professor at the University of Michigan School of Public Health and author of "Life On Purpose." Join us March 21, 2018 as he reveals the elements necessary for a purposeful life and how to acquire them.

WGVU Radio Interview - 2018 Wesorick Distinguished Lectureship

December 22, 2017

WGVU host Shelley Irwin speaks with Dr. Evelyn Clingerman, Executive Director of The Bonnie Wesorick Center for Health Care Transformation about the 2018 Wesorick Distinguished Lectureship. The Center will welcome author and educator Dr. Vic Strecher.

A Deeper Dive into Polarity Thinking

December 15, 2017

Register Now for a Deeper Dive! This one-day conference is a continuation of your journey into polarity thinking. Join us January 30, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to uncover and explore polarities.

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